Frontier Development’s Planet Coaster just launched for PC and already some cheat trainer makers are looking to give PC gamers an opportunity to get a leg up in creating their ultimate theme park.
Two premium cheat trainers have been supplied to the general public by Cheat Happens, designed for versions 0.9.3.35100 and 220.127.116.11860. The trainers work with each version of Windows from XP up to Windows 10, so you shouldn’t have any problems running them. There are no special notes on getting them to work correctly, so it’s just a matter of booting them up and having a go at cheating your way to victory in Planet Coaster.
The trainers allow you to change the total money that you have to spend on upgrading and modifying your park, as well as supplying the guest with their perfect needs. An easy way to hit those quarterly milestones, no doubt.
Mr. Antifun also released a new trainer with three cheats for Planet Coaster.
- Max Staff Happiness
- Max Visitor Stats
Frontier Developments also recently let loose a launch trailer for the game to give gamers a quick look at what they can do in the spiritual successor to RollerCoaster Tycoon.
It was very interesting because some people took PC Gamer to task for their review being pulled for only giving the game a 70% out of 100. In the world of gaming, 70 out of 100 means the game is usually pretty terrible. PC Gamer updated the article to say that the code they received for review wasn’t finalized and that they would have to work on it a bit more before publishing a final score.
Some people discussed on social media that the article may have been pulled because it wasn’t quite up to par to what the studios wanted published, and pointed to a previous post on PC Gamer that was a sponsored article for RollerCoaster Tycoon World.
People seem to be enjoying Planet Coaster, so the controversy about the delayed review may not be that big of a thing. Anyway, you can grab the cheat trainers if you need to if you want to cheat your way to the end.
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